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Knowledge is power and facts are important. Even the most random pieces of knowledge can land you on "Jeopardy" or "Who Wants to be a Millionaire!"

Statistics is a well of interesting facts. Knowing the numerical facts and odds about so much of life can go a long way.

Redditor u/bab3sia3d3l wanted everyone to share facts and knowledge we could all learn a few things from, by asking:

What is the most interesting statistic or fact you know?
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One of a kind. Once in a lifetime. Special. Those are all things we want to be... don't deny it. Standing out in the crowd is a high in life, especially if it's in a cool way, where tons of other people are surprised by it. There are just somethings about some people that make them way cool statistically.

Redditor u/yadayadayadarv wanted to know what makes you special by asking..... What makes you statistically rare?

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Statistics can be both surprising and confusing. They help us to frame the world around us in a way that we can understand, and help us to make important decisions.

They can also be incredibly interesting, revealing abstract truths about ourselves and our world that would be difficult to grasp without the help of statistics.

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Life is a big gamble of "What ifs? and How could that happens?" And it is consistent in surprise and coincidence. Who hasn't lost count at the myriad of times when you looked at a situation and thought, "is this fate or just chance?"What we can walk away knowing is.... the impossible IS sometimes possible. So just roll with it.

Redditor u/yankeevandal inquired aloud... What statistically improbable thing happened to you?

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Our perceptions rule our lives. The way we perceive the world around us affects all of the decisions we make. Sometimes these perceptions can lead us a bit astray, though.

We tend to think that things we hear about or encounter frequently are common, but many things are quite a bit rarer than we think.

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